Incoming Goldman CEO begins leadership shake-up

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A new era has begun.

Bloomberg News reports that Goldman Sachs almost doubled the number of women on its most senior governing body as incoming Chief Executive Officer David Solomon begins shaking up the leadership team.

Strategy chief Stephanie Cohen joined the management committee along with Alison Mass, who leads the investment-banking division’s financial and strategic investors group, Sheila Patel, head of the international asset-management business, and Chief Administrative Officer Laurence Stein, according to a memo to staff on Monday. The additions bring the committee to 33 members, including seven women.

Goldman Sachs last week identified David Solomon as its next chief executive, giving him a freer hand in carrying out leadership changes.

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